Roger Ebert I already said I like, and I always put Mark Kermode’s radio show on when I’m working on ZP. And both those critics have expressed dismay for the rise of stereoscopic 3D in films. I’m beginning to see that motion controls are to me what 3D is to Ebert and Kermode. A desperate gimmick being overplayed in lieu of any lasting innovation, which sufficiently impresses Joe Tosspot but leaves the critics – the actual thinkers and philosophers of the industry, the ones concerned with the cultural substance of it all – waving their arms trying to get everyone to see just how shallow it really is.

Published by Tom Insam

programming / london / san francisco / bacon

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